Hostels in Dublin are usually the cheaper accommodation option, compared to the prices of hotels in the Dublin area. They also offer unique social opportunities with their shared rooms and facilities that hotels don’t quite have when measured up to hostels. To narrow down the best of the bunch, here are some of the best hostels in Dublin:
1. Generator Dublin
Situated in Smithfield right by the Jameson Distillery, Generator Dublin with its antique, industrial atmosphere and decor gives its visitors an unforgettable experience. It offers those who book with them a jacuzzi suite, cinema room, free Wi-Fi, and an on-site bar and cafe among other things. They also have live music performances regularly, with one recurring performer every Sunday from 8pm to 10pm being the harpist from Spain, Pilar Paradela. Generator Dublin’s strongly defined identity with all of these elements makes it place amongst the best hostels in Dublin.
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Address: Smithfield, Dublin, D07 F2VF
2. Isaacs Hostel
Striking a balance between both excellence and affordability, Isaacs Hostel offers an ideal accommodation choice that’s also nearby public transport routes. The hostel itself is a converted 19th century wine store, which was repurposed into the hostel it is known as today. Adding to its reputation as one of the best hostels in Dublin is the positive customer reviews heralding its service, affordability and quality of the beds and services of Isaacs Hostel.
In order to book your holiday in Isaacs Hostel, arrange your time away in the hostel here.
3. Leevin Hostel Mountjoy
Leevin Hostel in Phibsborough is another one of the best hostels in Dublin, and for good reason. This hostel is based in a building constructed in 1900 that formerly housed Saint Joseph’s, a former convent and orphanage. Nowadays, Leevin Hostel is used by both students and travelers alike with its games room, Irish-themed artwork on display, and range of available rooms fitting from two to eight people at a time.
Staying in Leevin Hostel can be organised simply by clicking here and following the instructions from there on forth.
4. Oliver St. John Gogarty’s Hostel
Paired together with Oliver St John Gogarty’s Irish Bar on its upper floor, Oliver St John Gogarty’s Hostel (also known as Gogarty’s International Hostel) is another popular hostel in Dublin. What garners its image as one of the best hostels in Dublin is its link with a popular and well-renowned bar (which in this case, is Oliver St John Gogarty’s Irish Bar) within the Temple Bar area. That link allows the hostel to offer free continental breakfasts as well as high quality pints of Guinness to name but two defining features of Gogarty’s International Hostel.
Oliver St John Gogarty’s Hostel can be your next stay in the Dublin area by clicking here.
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5. Ashfield Hostel
Heralding itself as “the most centrally located hostel in Dublin”, Ashfield Hostel is certainly one of the best hostels in Dublin in its own right. Why it’s one of Dublin’s best hostels is because of its stylish interior design, en-suite rooms, and their daily free walking tours and nightly pub crawls. Since 1995, Ashfield Hostel has been a mainstay in Dublin’s hostel scene, with it being a walking distance away from a number of places and things to do around the Dublin City Centre.
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Are these truly the best hostels in Dublin? Which hostels did we leave out from this list? Be sure to sound off in the comments section below!